Nike Dunk Low "Just Do It" Comes Accessorized With Gold Medals

2023 in roman numerals also ornaments the lateral heels.

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Excitement over Dunks hasn’t shown any indications of slowing down, so Nike is going to continue to capitalize on this movement by ushering in more colorways in 2023. One of the latest to surface is this Nike Dunk Low “Just Do It” installment, and its official images give us a close-up look at all of its playful details.

The color palette of these low-slung sneakers is regal. Canvas overlays, Swooshes and laces are done up with a deep burgundy hue while the cross-hatch textures that make up the toe boxes, quarters and collars are coated in an off-white tone. Stark black trimming also pokes out underneath the aforementioned Nike checks as well as the rear-end overlays. The most enticing features of the kicks are the gilded embellishments. The lace dubraes have been molded into the shape of gold medals and split between a basketball on the right shoe and a Nike logo on the left. Additionally, the lateral heels are adorned with arching stars, a “Just Do It” spell-out and the year 2023 in Roman numerals. Its overall arrangement channels somewhat of a similar vibe to one of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Lows that was released in early 2021, only without the croc-like textures and star-filled quarters.

No release info has been announced at this time, but a drop in the coming months is likely in order.

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